UC San Diego Athletic Performance Camps
Camps will use the Alex G. Spanos Athletic Performance Center, opened on North Campus in 2015. It includes 6,700 square feet of new floor space as well as a renovation of the existing Alex G. Spanos Training Facility, combining for 12,000 square feet. The center features zones for strenght and conditioning and athletic training/rehabilitation, as well as an outdoor conditioning plaza, offices and a conference room.
The RIMAC Fields are home to the UCSD men's and wome's soccer teams along with the Triton softball squad. Located just north of RIMAC Arena, the large open fields can accomodate up to five soccer fields and one softball diamond at the same time.
The RIMAC Arena is a multi-use facility capable of accommodating a wide variety of activities ranging from large spectator events including ceremonies and concerts to athletic competitions and tournaments. The 44,000 square foot floor is also capable of accommodating large floor exhibits. The Arena Floor is spring loaded employing the use of Robbins Bio-Cushion I and is curtain divisible for multi-sport use in basketball (total of five courts), volleyball, and badminton. The arena is furnished with 10 retractable glass basketball backboards, and floor plates and sleeves for volleyball and badminton. Employing the use of telescopic bleachers and floor seats, the RIMAC Arena may accommodate up to 5,000 people.
Located on the eastern end of campus, between Eleanor Roosevelt College and Warren College, the Canyonview Aquatics Center features two outdoor, Olympic-Size Pools, each of which can be divided into 8 lanes of 50 meters in length or 19 lanes of 25 yards in length. A brand new weight room was opened in February after the construction of the West Pool was completed. Canyonview is home to the UCSD men’s and women’s water polo teams, as well as the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams.
UC San Diego’s Track and Field Complex is known as one of the top facilities in the country. The facility includes a nine-lane track surface in Triton Stadium, a world-renowned throwing facility, spacious locker rooms and a weight room. Large grass fields and a eucalyptus forest with trails surround the stadium providing endless possibilities for training. Near the track is a state-of-the-art,multi-million dollar RIMAC athletic event center that includes a 5,000 seat arena and a 12,000 square foot weight room.
Triton Ballpark can now lay claim to being one of the premier baseball fields in all of San Diego County. The facility is located on the east side of campus off Voigt Drive, across the street from Scripps Memorial Hospital. The ballpark underwent a mahor renovation ahed of the of and during the 2015 season, and now features a permanent grandstand, a press box, sunken dugouts, a clubhouse with locker rooms, coahes' offices and player lounge, and several other amenities. A lighting system was installed in 20111, ahead of the arrival of a new scoreboard in 2013.